Dark ‘N’ Blue was a 1980s rock music group from Portland, OR. Produced in 1981, the lineup was Jaime St. Adam (vocals), Tommy Thayer (electric guitar), Jeff Warner (electric guitar), Patrick Youthful (bass), and Peter Holmes (drums). They transferred to LA in 1982 and released their self-titled debut record on Geffen Information in 1984. It had been accompanied by three even more through 1988, but non-e were notably effective, and Dark ‘N’ Blue split up in 1989.
Full Name Black 'n Blue
Music Songs Miss Mystery, Hold on to 18, Chains Around Heaven, I'll Be There for You, Wicked Bitch, Nature of the Beach, Autoblast, School of Hard Knocks, Heat It Up! Burn It Out!, Nasty Nasty, I Want It All, The Strong Will Rock, Stop the Lightning, Rockin' on Heaven's Door, Bombastic Plastic, I'm the King, Get Wise to the Rise, Show Me the Night, One for the Money, Violent Kid, Does She or Doesn't She, Great Guns of Fire, Fools Bleed, Best in the West, Angry Drunk Son of a Bitch, Two Wrongs, Hell Yeah, Action, We Got the Fire, Sign in Blood, Sight for Sore Eyes, Hail Hail
Albums Without Love, In Heat, Nasty Nasty, One Night Only: Live, Black 'n Blue, The Demos Remastered: Anthology 1, Hell Yeah!, Live in Detroit, Ultimate Collection, Rarities, Collected